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Forum | ________ English Grammar | Fluent LandPhrasal Verbs with SHOPPING | Fluent Land

BOTH / EITHER / NEITHER

BOTH / EITHER / NEITHER

Idiom of the day: I could eat a horse. Meaning: I’m very hungry. Example: I’ve had nothing but a sandwich all day - I could eat a horse.

Idiom of the day: I could eat a horse. Meaning: I’m very hungry. Example: I’ve had nothing but a sandwich all day - I could eat a horse.

Love these tips - so helpful! Ten skills I'm definitely teaching my kid today. They're so cute, I'm even hanging them on fridge!

Love these tips - so helpful! Ten skills I'm definitely teaching my kid today. They're so cute, I'm even hanging them on fridge!

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cry me a river

cry me a river

Lol

Lol

Containers.

Containers.

"Dime a dozen" means "low value, very common". Example: Good guitar players are a dime a dozen in Spain but it’s much harder to find a good singer. #idiom

"Dime a dozen" means "low value, very common". Example: Good guitar players are a dime a dozen in Spain but it’s much harder to find a good singer. #idiom

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